Paris, Château d'Eau station. Charles is the leader of a group responsible for bringing new customers to the neighborhood’s Afro beauty salon. Charismatic, he reigns on his sidewalk, where he is known as "the prince". Despite the ease with which he performs his job, he sees a great opportunity to open his own business when a Kurdish barber shop in the neighborhood starts to deteriorate. At the same time, the professional rise of a young rival will throw him into a dangerous spiral from which dreams, reputations and, above all, wardrobes will not come out unscathed.
Modi Barry, Cédric Ido
Modi Barry é diretor do curta-metragem Carpe Diem, exibido no Festival de Clermon-Ferrant 2005. Cédric Ido nasceu em Paris, em 1980. Dirigiu o telefilme Un 'Stains' de musique (2009) e os curtas Hasaki Ya Suda (exibido no Festival de Dubai 2011) e Twaaga, eleito melhor filme na categoria no Festival de Seattle 2013. Esta é a estreia de ambos na direção de um longa-metragem.